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Places to See in the “Valley of the Sun” and Arizona
Arizona Tourism & Travel – Vacations in AZ | Arizona Office of Tourism
Plan an Arizona vacation at the Arizona Office of Tourism. Discover all the wonders the Grand Canyon State has to offer.
Official Tucson Travel Information Guide Website
Tucson, Arizona: Official visitors guide provides information on Tucson hotels, golf vacations/courses, spas, resorts and restaurants.
Flagstaff, Arizona CVB – Hotel, dining, nightlife and travel
Download the Flagstaff 2010 Visitor Guide. Surrounded by natural wonders like the Grand Canyon, Flagstaff offers dozens of inns, a multitude of hotel and motel accommodations, conference and meeting venues, more than 200 restaurants, numerous night spots, and a variety of cultural, historic and scientific attractions.
Sedona Arizona Visitor Guide
Sedona Arizona visitor guide, Gateway to Sedona, publishes Sedona information with hundreds of photos, events and articles.
Lake Powell Visitors Guide
The second largest man-made lake in the United States is the playground for Page, Arizona, and nearly three million visitors annually.
Arizona Travel Vacation and Recreation Guide
Go-Arizona.com is your Arizona travel and vacation guide with over 5000 pages of info on hotels, hiking, biking, whitewater rafting, camping, national parks
Tombstone Arizona – Visitors Vacation Guide
Tombstone AZ Visitor Vacation Guide
Visitors – City of Prescott, Arizona
Welcome to Prescott, Arizona. Our city draws visitors from all over the world to enjoy our unique setting, old-west history.
Museum Association of Arizona
Phoenix Art Museum – Experience Art and Culture in Arizona
Phoenix Art Museum has a diverse and stimulating permanent art collection which serves as the focal point of art and culture in Arizona.
The Heard Museum actively collects American Indian fine art, and a variety of paintings, drawings, prints, photography and sculpture can be found throughout the museum’s galleries and grounds.
Pioneer Arizona Living History Museum
Located 30 minutes north of downtown Phoenix, you’ll visit over 90 acres of an old 1800’s town, with no cars or smog! Just authentic buildings and historically accurate reproductions.
Musical Instrument Museum
MIM collects and displays musical instruments from every country in the world, preserving, protecting, and sharing these gifts with future generations. Museum guests will enjoy a close encounter with the instruments themselves, enhanced by state-of-the art audio and video that bring to life the sounds and sights of these instruments as experienced in their cultures of origin.
Arizona Science Center
Planetarium, hands-on learning exhibits and IMAX theatre. Phoenix, Arizona.
Center for Amateur Radio Learning – C.A.R.L. – W7ASC
C.A.R.L. is the Center for Amateur Radio Learning located within the Arizona Science Center. For those who are licensed, bring your ticket sign-in and get on the air.
Lowell Observatory in Flagstaff is among the oldest observatories in the United States, and is a Registered National Historic Landmark. The Observatory’s original 24-inch Alvan Clark Telescope is still in use today for public education.